Gamepads

Steam has improved the presentation of gamepads in the store

As we have noted many times before, most modern games, even on PCs, are more convenient to play with a gamepad. And we are not just talking about racing simulators and sports games. Gamepads are now a must-have tool for gamers. Valve seems to understand this as well, because the ... Read more

ASUS ROG Raikiri gamepad review

Today we are reviewing a gamepad ASUS ROG Raikiri, a younger version of the model that was presented by the company at the CES 2023 exhibition. The “regular” model mainly differs from the ROG Raikiri Pro with the lack of an OLED screen; we will figure out what ROG Raikiri ... Read more

Microsoft recycled old CDs to make a new Xbox gamepad

Microsoft announced the release of a new version of the gamepad for Xbox. The release of the Xbox Wireless Controller Remix Special Edition is dedicated to Earth Day, which is celebrated on April 22. The peculiarity of the controller is that it is made from recycled materials, including old gamepads, ... Read more

Some 8BitDo gamepads now work with Apple devices

8BitDo has added compatibility with Apple devices for six of its gamepads. From now on, the 8BitDo Ultimate Controller 2.4GHz, Pro 2, SN30 Pro, SN30 Pro Plus, SN30 Pro for Android and Lite SE models can be connected to devices with iOS 16.3+, iPadOS 16.3+, macOS 13.2+ and tvOS 16.3+. ... Read more

The battery in DualSense Edge is much smaller than in the regular DualSense

The premium DualSense Edge controller for PlayStation 5, announced at Gamescom 2022, has finally gone on sale, and while new owners like its ergonomics and functionality, concerns about battery life have proven to be well-founded. At one point, even Sony itself warned that DualSense Edge would not last as long ... Read more

ASUS announced ROG Raikiri Pro – a gamepad for Xbox with a built-in OLED screen

During the CES 2023 exhibition, ASUS presented, among other things, the ROG Raikiri game controller Pro, the first licensed gamepad for Xbox that has three connection options: via Bluetooth, via a radio channel (2.4 GHz) or wired via USB-C. This will allow you to use it not only with Xbox ... Read more